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BRITAIN-ROYALS/HARRY
RTSU9AM
December 01, 2016
Britain's Prince Harry takes an HIV test alongside singer Rihanna to highlight World AIDS Day in Bridgetown,...
Bridgetown, Barbados
Britain's Prince Harry takes an HIV test alongside singer Rihanna to highlight World AIDS Day in Bridgetown...
Britain's Prince Harry takes an HIV test alongside singer Rihanna to highlight World AIDS Day in Bridgetown, Barbados December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Antonio Miller/Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS)/POOL
BRITAIN-ROYALS/HARRY
RTSU9A0
December 01, 2016
Britain's Prince Harry takes an HIV test alongside singer Rihanna to highlight World AIDS Day in Bridgetown,...
Bridgetown, Barbados
Britain's Prince Harry takes an HIV test alongside singer Rihanna to highlight World AIDS Day in Bridgetown...
Britain's Prince Harry takes an HIV test alongside singer Rihanna to highlight World AIDS Day in Bridgetown, Barbados December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Antonio Miller/Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS)/POOL
BRITAIN-ROYALS/HARRY
RTSU99T
December 01, 2016
Britain's Prince Harry takes an HIV test alongside singer Rihanna to highlight World AIDS Day in Bridgetown,...
Bridgetown, Barbados
Britain's Prince Harry takes an HIV test alongside singer Rihanna to highlight World AIDS Day in Bridgetown...
Britain's Prince Harry takes an HIV test alongside singer Rihanna to highlight World AIDS Day in Bridgetown, Barbados December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Antonio Miller/Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS)/POOL
BRITAIN-ROYALS/HARRY
RTSU99P
December 01, 2016
Britain's Prince Harry takes an HIV test alongside singer Rihanna to highlight World AIDS Day in Bridgetown,...
Bridgetown, Barbados
Britain's Prince Harry takes an HIV test alongside singer Rihanna to highlight World AIDS Day in Bridgetown...
Britain's Prince Harry takes an HIV test alongside singer Rihanna to highlight World AIDS Day in Bridgetown, Barbados December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Antonio Miller/Barbados Government Information Service (BGIS)/POOL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTSU8KH
December 01, 2016
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a World AIDS Day flag raising ceremony on Parliament...
Ottawa, Canada
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a World AIDS Day flag raising ceremony on Parliament...
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a World AIDS Day flag raising ceremony on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTSU8HN
December 01, 2016
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a World AIDS Day flag raising ceremony on Parliament...
Ottawa, Canada
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a World AIDS Day flag raising ceremony on Parliament...
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes part in a World AIDS Day flag raising ceremony on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
CANADA-POLITICS/
RTSU8HE
December 01, 2016
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raises the World AIDS Day flag during a ceremony on Parliament...
Ottawa, Canada
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raises the World AIDS Day flag during a ceremony on Parliament...
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau raises the World AIDS Day flag during a ceremony on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
AIDS-DAY/
RTSTZYD
November 30, 2016
People gather around lit candles in the shape of a ribbon during a HIV/AIDS awareness campaign ahead...
Kathmandu, Nepal
People gather around lit candles in the shape of a ribbon during HIV/AIDS awareness campaign ahead of...
People gather around lit candles in the shape of a ribbon during a HIV/AIDS awareness campaign ahead of World Aids Day, in Kathmandu, Nepal November 30, 2016. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
AIDS-DAY/
RTSTZUW
November 30, 2016
A participant with a red ribbon pin observes a minute of silence during a HIV/AIDS awareness campaign...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A participant with a red ribbon pin observes a minute of silence during HIV/AIDS awareness campaign ahead...
A participant with a red ribbon pin observes a minute of silence during a HIV/AIDS awareness campaign ahead of World Aids Day, in Kathmandu, Nepal November 30, 2016. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
AIDS-DAY/
RTSTZTQ
November 30, 2016
A participant with a red ribbon pin takes part in a HIV/AIDS awareness campaign ahead of World Aids Day,...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A participant with a red ribbon pin takes part in HIV/AIDS awareness campaign ahead of World Aids Day,...
A participant with a red ribbon pin takes part in a HIV/AIDS awareness campaign ahead of World Aids Day, in Kathmandu, Nepal November 30, 2016. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
AIDS-DAY/
RTSTZSZ
November 30, 2016
People gather around lit candles in the shape of a ribbon during a HIV/AIDS awareness campaign ahead...
Kathmandu, Nepal
People gather around lit candles in the shape of a ribbon during a HIV/AIDS awareness campaign ahead...
People gather around lit candles in the shape of a ribbon during a HIV/AIDS awareness campaign ahead of World Aids Day, in Kathmandu, Nepal November 30, 2016. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTSHVXF
July 14, 2016
Prince Harry looks through a microscope at a sample of gonorrhoea as he visits the Burrell Street Sexual...
London, United Kingdom
Prince Harry looks through a microscope at a sample of gonorrhoea as he visits the Burrell Street Sexual...
Prince Harry looks through a microscope at a sample of gonorrhoea as he visits the Burrell Street Sexual Health Clinic in London, Britain on July 14, 2016. REUTERS/Chris Jackson/Pool
Spotlight
Spotlight
World AIDS Day
25 PICTURES
HEALTH-TOILETS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7B8H
November 16, 2015
Posters, including those advertising treatments for sexually transmitted diseases, are stuck to the walls...
Beijing, China
The Wider Image: Around the world in 45 toilets
Posters, including those advertising treatments for sexually transmitted diseases, are stuck to the walls of a public toilet in a residential area for migrant workers in Shigezhuang village, Beijing, China, October 13, 2015. Some 2.4 billion people around the world don't have access to decent sanitation and more than a billion are forced to defecate in the open, risking disease and other dangers, according to the United Nations. The UN says that while there is sufficient fresh water on the planet for everyone, "bad economics and poor infrastructure" mean that every year millions of people - most of them children - die from diseases linked to poor sanitation, unhygienic living conditions and lack of clean water supplies. To mark World Toilet Day on November 19, Reuters photographers captured pictures of toilets in cities, towns and villages around the globe. REUTERS/Jason Lee TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY PICTURE 7 OF 45 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY: "AROUND THE WORLD IN 45 TOILETS". SEARCH "REUTERS OUTHOUSE" FOR ALL IMAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-AIDS/
RTX1US4S
November 04, 2015
U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Matthew Barzun (L) holds a light from his mobile phone for singer...
London, United Kingdom
U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Matthew Barzun holds a light from his mobile phone for singer Elton...
U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Matthew Barzun (L) holds a light from his mobile phone for singer Elton John as he speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence, Britain, November 4, 2015. The reception celebrated the launch of the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief $10 million partnership to provide grants to organisations working to meet the HIV-related needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-AIDS/
RTX1US4Q
November 04, 2015
U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Matthew Barzun (L) holds a light from his mobile phone for singer...
London, United Kingdom
U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Matthew Barzun holds a light from his mobile phone for singer Elton...
U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Matthew Barzun (L) holds a light from his mobile phone for singer Elton John as he speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence, Britain, November 4, 2015. The reception celebrated the launch of the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief $10 million partnership to provide grants to organisations working to meet the HIV-related needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
BRITAIN-AIDS/
RTX1US4L
November 04, 2015
Singer Elton John speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence, Britain, November...
London, United Kingdom
Singer Elton John speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence
Singer Elton John speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence, Britain, November 4, 2015. The reception celebrated the launch of the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief $10 million partnership to provide grants to organisations working to meet the HIV-related needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
BRITAIN-AIDS/
RTX1US33
November 04, 2015
Singer Elton John speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence, Britain, November...
London, United Kingdom
Singer Elton John speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence
Singer Elton John speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence, Britain, November 4, 2015. The reception celebrated the launch of the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief $10 million partnership to provide grants to organisations working to meet the HIV-related needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
BRITAIN-AIDS/
RTX1US30
November 04, 2015
Singer Elton John speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence, Britain, November...
London, United Kingdom
Singer Elton John speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence
Singer Elton John speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence, Britain, November 4, 2015. The reception celebrated the launch of the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief $10 million partnership to provide grants to organisations working to meet the HIV-related needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
BRITAIN-AIDS/
RTX1US2Z
November 04, 2015
Singer Elton John speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence, Britain, November...
London, United Kingdom
Singer Elton John speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence
Singer Elton John speaks at a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence, Britain, November 4, 2015. The reception celebrated the launch of the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief $10 million partnership to provide grants to organisations working to meet the HIV-related needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
BRITAIN-AIDS/
RTX1URLN
November 04, 2015
U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Ambassador Deborah Birx, U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Matthew Barzun,...
London, United Kingdom
U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Ambassador Birx, U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Barzun, singer John,...
U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Ambassador Deborah Birx, U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Matthew Barzun, singer Elton John, his partner David Furnish and the Ambassador's wife Brooke Brown Barzun (L-R) pose for a photo during a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence, Britain, November 4, 2015. The reception celebrated the launch of the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief $10 million partnership to provide grants to organisations working to meet the HIV-related needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
BRITAIN-AIDS/
RTX1URLL
November 04, 2015
U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Ambassador Deborah Birx, U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Matthew Barzun,...
London, United Kingdom
U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Ambassador Birx, U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Barzun, singer John,...
U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Ambassador Deborah Birx, U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Matthew Barzun, singer Elton John, his partner David Furnish and the Ambassador's wife Brooke Brown Barzun (L-R) pose for a photo during a reception at The U.S. Ambassador's London residence, Britain, November 4, 2015. The reception celebrated the launch of the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief $10 million partnership to provide grants to organisations working to meet the HIV-related needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett
FRANCE-HEALTH/
RTS182C
September 15, 2015
HIV self tests are displayed in a pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. Home test kits for...
Bordeaux, France
HIV self tests are displayed in a pharmacy in Bordeaux
HIV self tests are displayed in a pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. Home test kits for HIV/AIDS went on sale in French pharmacies on Tuesday, allowing users to learn in 15 minutes if they are infected. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-HEALTH/
RTS1829
September 15, 2015
A pharmacist displays an HIV self test in a pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. Home test...
Bordeaux, France
A pharmacist displays an HIV self test in a pharmacy in Bordeaux
A pharmacist displays an HIV self test in a pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. Home test kits for HIV/AIDS went on sale in French pharmacies on Tuesday, allowing users to learn in 15 minutes if they are infected. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-HEALTH/
RTS181Y
September 15, 2015
HIV self tests are displayed in a pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. Home test kits for...
Bordeaux, France
HIV self tests are displayed in a pharmacy in Bordeaux
HIV self tests are displayed in a pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. Home test kits for HIV/AIDS went on sale in French pharmacies on Tuesday, allowing users to learn in 15 minutes if they are infected. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-HEALTH/
RTS181W
September 15, 2015
HIV self tests are displayed in a pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. Home test kits for...
Bordeaux, France
HIV self tests are displayed in a pharmacy in Bordeaux
HIV self tests are displayed in a pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. Home test kits for HIV/AIDS went on sale in French pharmacies on Tuesday, allowing users to learn in 15 minutes if they are infected. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-HEALTH/
RTS181I
September 15, 2015
A pharmacist displays an HIV self test in a pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. Home test...
Bordeaux, France
A pharmacist displays an HIV self test in a pharmacy in Bordeaux
A pharmacist displays an HIV self test in a pharmacy in Bordeaux, France, September 15, 2015. Home test kits for HIV/AIDS went on sale in French pharmacies on Tuesday, allowing users to learn in 15 minutes if they are infected. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
UKRAINE-AIDS/
RTX1IK34
July 01, 2015
Activists of the All-Ukrainian Network of People Living With HIV/AIDS, a non-governmental group, take...
Kiev, Ukraine
Activists of the All-Ukrainian Network of People Living With HIV/AIDS, a non-governmental group, take...
Activists of the All-Ukrainian Network of People Living With HIV/AIDS, a non-governmental group, take part in a rally in front of the Ukrainian cabinet of ministers building in Kiev, Ukraine, July 1, 2015. Demonstrators were protesting against the lack of government-supplied medicine for the around 30,000 HIV infected people in Ukraine. The placard reads:"A queue for medicines". REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
CUBA-HEALTH/
RTX1II4H
June 30, 2015
Jenisley Dias, 23, talks to members of the media as she rests before giving birth at the Ana Betancourt...
Camaguey, Cuba
Jenisley Dias talks to members of the media as she rests before giving birth at the Ana Betancourt de...
Jenisley Dias, 23, talks to members of the media as she rests before giving birth at the Ana Betancourt de Mora Hospital in Camaguey, Cuba, June 19, 2015. The World Health Organization on Tuesday declared Cuba the first country in the world to eliminate the transmission of HIV and syphilis from mother to child. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-HEALTH/
RTX1II4E
June 30, 2015
A new born baby rests beside his mother Dailyn Fleite (L), 29, at the Ana Betancourt de Mora Hospital...
Camaguey, Cuba
A newborn baby rests beside his mother Dailyn Fleite at the Ana Betancourt de Mora Hospital in Camaguey,...
A new born baby rests beside his mother Dailyn Fleite (L), 29, at the Ana Betancourt de Mora Hospital in Camaguey, Cuba, June 19, 2015. The World Health Organization on Tuesday declared Cuba the first country in the world to eliminate the transmission of HIV and syphilis from mother to child. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
EL SALVADOR-HEALTH/
RTX1DEGX
May 18, 2015
People pose for pictures inside candles that form the shape of an HIV/AIDS awareness "Red Ribbon" during...
San Salvador, El Salvador
People pose for pictures during the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial in San Salvador
People pose for pictures inside candles that form the shape of an HIV/AIDS awareness "Red Ribbon" during the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial in San Salvador May 17, 2015. Thousands gather for community events around the world, every third sunday of May, in solidarity to light candles and remember those who have been affected by HIV/AIDS, according to the organisation. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
News
News
Elton John Urges AIDS Fight in U.S. - 07 May 2015
6 PICTURES
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTR4W4ZN
April 05, 2015
People carry a portable Shinto shrine, a mikoshi, that holds a phallus symbol, during the Kanamara Matsuri,...
Tokyo, Japan
People carry portable Shinto shrine holding phallus symbol during Iron Phallus Festival in Kawasaki
People carry a portable Shinto shrine, a mikoshi, that holds a phallus symbol, during the Kanamara Matsuri, or Iron Phallus Festival at the Kanamara shrine in Kawasaki outside of Tokyo April 5, 2015. The festival celebrates fertility and is used to raise awareness and money for the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTR4W4ZI
April 05, 2015
People carry a phallus symbol during the Kanamara Matsuri, or Iron Phallus Festival through a street...
Tokyo, Japan
People carry a phallus symbol through street during Iron Phallus Festival in Kawasaki
People carry a phallus symbol during the Kanamara Matsuri, or Iron Phallus Festival through a street near the Kanamara shrine in Kawasaki outside of Tokyo April 5, 2015. The festival celebrates fertility and is used to raise awareness and money for the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. REUTERS/Thomas Peter TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTR4W4ZH
April 05, 2015
People carry phallus symbol during the Kanamara Matsuri, or Iron Phallus Festival through a street near...
Tokyo, Japan
People carry phallus symbol through street during Iron Phallus Festival in Kawasaki
People carry phallus symbol during the Kanamara Matsuri, or Iron Phallus Festival through a street near the Kanamara shrine in Kawasaki outside of Tokyo April 5, 2015. The festival celebrates fertility and is used to raise awareness and money for the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTR4W4ZG
April 05, 2015
People take pictures as a woman mounts a wooden phallus symbol during the Kanamara Matsuri, or Iron Phallus...
Tokyo, Japan
People take pictures as woman mounts wooden phallus symbol during Iron Phallus Festival in Kawasaki
People take pictures as a woman mounts a wooden phallus symbol during the Kanamara Matsuri, or Iron Phallus Festival at the Kanamara shrine in Kawasaki outside of Tokyo April 5, 2015. The festival celebrates fertility and raises awareness and money for the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTR4W4ZC
April 05, 2015
A woman eats candy in the shape of a phallus during the Kanamara Matsuri, or Iron Phallus Festival through...
Tokyo, Japan
Woman eats candy in shape of phallus during Iron Phallus Festival in Kawasaki
A woman eats candy in the shape of a phallus during the Kanamara Matsuri, or Iron Phallus Festival through a street near the Kanamara shrine in Kawasaki outside of Tokyo April 5, 2015. The festival celebrates fertility and is used to raise awareness and money for the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

INDIA-HEALTH/CONDOMS
RTR4VQC3
April 01, 2015
A man shows a packet of government-supplied 'Nirodh' condoms after collecting it from a distribution...
New Delhi, India
A man shows a packet of Nirodh condoms at a hospital in New Delhi
A man shows a packet of government-supplied 'Nirodh' condoms after collecting it from a distribution center at a hospital in New Delhi April 1, 2015. India is readying a redesign of the staid packaging of its half-century-old condom brand, incorporating pictures of handsome men and gorgeous women, in a desperate bid to seduce customers drawn to fancier versions sold by private firms. To match INDIA-HEALTH/CONDOMS REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
USA-ODDLY/
RTR4SUXR
March 11, 2015
Hostess Roxy Wood waits prior to the Drag Queen Bingo fundraiser to benefit the Pasadena Aids Service...
Pasadena, UNITED STATES
Hostess Roxy Wood waits prior to the Drag Queen Bingo fundraiser to benefit the Pasadena Aids Service...
Hostess Roxy Wood waits prior to the Drag Queen Bingo fundraiser to benefit the Pasadena Aids Service Center at Edwin Mills in Pasadena, California March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)
Health
Health
HIV and Positive - 25 Feb 2015
20 PICTURES
HEALTH-EBOLA/SEX
RTR4R05K
February 24, 2015
Musa Pabai plays soccer with his son Oliver after meeting him for the first time after surviving Ebola,...
WALAKOR, Liberia
Musa Pabai plays soccer with his son Oliver after meeting him for the first time after surviving Ebola,...
Musa Pabai plays soccer with his son Oliver after meeting him for the first time after surviving Ebola, at his home in Walakor, February 19, 2015. Pabai left an Ebola treatment centre in Liberia in November, grateful to have survived a disease that has killed nearly 10,000 people across West Africa but fearing he still could pose grave danger to the person closest to him. Pabai had stayed in Monrovia on a self-imposed exile after November, afraid that he could still infect Hannah, his girlfriend and mother of his young son, through sexual contact despite his clean bill of health. Research has shown traces of Ebola in semen of some survivors for at least 82 days after the onset of symptoms and in vaginal secretions for a much shorter period. Although there is no conclusive scientific proof these traces are infectious, anecdotal evidence of several cases in West Africa and confirmed transmission of Marburg, another viral haemorrhagic fever, have led experts to warn of the potential risk of sexually transmitted Ebola. Picture taken February 19. REUTERS/Ricci Shryock (LIBERIA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH)
HEALTH-EBOLA/SEX
RTR4R058
February 24, 2015
Musa Pabai teases his girlfriend Hannah Wright, upon meeting her for the first time after surviving Ebola,...
WALAKOR, Liberia
Musa Pabai teases his girlfriend Hannah Wright, upon meeting her for the first time after surviving Ebola,...
Musa Pabai teases his girlfriend Hannah Wright, upon meeting her for the first time after surviving Ebola, at their home in Walakor, February 19, 2015. Pabai left an Ebola treatment centre in Liberia in November, grateful to have survived a disease that has killed nearly 10,000 people across West Africa but fearing he still could pose grave danger to the person closest to him. Pabai had stayed in Monrovia on a self-imposed exile after November, afraid that he could still infect Hannah, his girlfriend and mother of his young son, through sexual contact despite his clean bill of health. Research has shown traces of Ebola in semen of some survivors for at least 82 days after the onset of symptoms and in vaginal secretions for a much shorter period. Although there is no conclusive scientific proof these traces are infectious, anecdotal evidence of several cases in West Africa and confirmed transmission of Marburg, another viral haemorrhagic fever, have led experts to warn of the potential risk of sexually transmitted Ebola. Picture taken February 19. REUTERS/Ricci Shryock (LIBERIA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HEALTH-EBOLA/SEX
RTR4R04Y
February 24, 2015
Musa Pabai holds his son Oliver and walks with his girlfriend Hannah Wright (R), upon meeting them for...
WALAKOR, Liberia
Musa Pabai holds his son Oliver and walks with his girlfriend Hannah Wright, upon meeting them for the...
Musa Pabai holds his son Oliver and walks with his girlfriend Hannah Wright (R), upon meeting them for the first time after surviving Ebola, at their home in Walakor, February 19, 2015. Pabai left an Ebola treatment centre in Liberia in November, grateful to have survived a disease that has killed nearly 10,000 people across West Africa but fearing he still could pose grave danger to the person closest to him. Pabai had stayed in Monrovia on a self-imposed exile after November, afraid that he could still infect Hannah, his girlfriend and mother of his young son, through sexual contact despite his clean bill of health. Research has shown traces of Ebola in semen of some survivors for at least 82 days after the onset of symptoms and in vaginal secretions for a much shorter period. Although there is no conclusive scientific proof these traces are infectious, anecdotal evidence of several cases in West Africa and confirmed transmission of Marburg, another viral haemorrhagic fever, have led experts to warn of the potential risk of sexually transmitted Ebola. Picture taken February 19. REUTERS/Ricci Shryock (LIBERIA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH)
HEALTH-EBOLA/SEX
RTR4R04W
February 24, 2015
Musa Pabai holds his son Oliver and walks with his girlfriend Hannah Wright (R), upon meeting them for...
WALAKOR, Liberia
Musa Pabai holds his son Oliver and walks with his girlfriend Hannah Wright, upon meeting them for the...
Musa Pabai holds his son Oliver and walks with his girlfriend Hannah Wright (R), upon meeting them for the first time after surviving Ebola, at their home in Walakor, February 19, 2015. Pabai left an Ebola treatment centre in Liberia in November, grateful to have survived a disease that has killed nearly 10,000 people across West Africa but fearing he still could pose grave danger to the person closest to him. Pabai had stayed in Monrovia on a self-imposed exile after November, afraid that he could still infect Hannah, his girlfriend and mother of his young son, through sexual contact despite his clean bill of health. Research has shown traces of Ebola in semen of some survivors for at least 82 days after the onset of symptoms and in vaginal secretions for a much shorter period. Although there is no conclusive scientific proof these traces are infectious, anecdotal evidence of several cases in West Africa and confirmed transmission of Marburg, another viral haemorrhagic fever, have led experts to warn of the potential risk of sexually transmitted Ebola. Picture taken February 19. REUTERS/Ricci Shryock (LIBERIA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH)
HEALTH-EBOLA/SEX
RTR4R04V
February 24, 2015
Musa Pabai holds his son Oliver for the first time after surviving Ebola, at his home in Walakor, February...
WALAKOR, Liberia
Musa Pabai holds his son Oliver for the first time after surviving Ebola, at his home in Walakor
Musa Pabai holds his son Oliver for the first time after surviving Ebola, at his home in Walakor, February 19, 2015. Pabai left an Ebola treatment centre in Liberia in November, grateful to have survived a disease that has killed nearly 10,000 people across West Africa but fearing he still could pose grave danger to the person closest to him. Pabai had stayed in Monrovia on a self-imposed exile after November, afraid that he could still infect Hannah, his girlfriend and mother of his young son, through sexual contact despite his clean bill of health. Research has shown traces of Ebola in semen of some survivors for at least 82 days after the onset of symptoms and in vaginal secretions for a much shorter period. Although there is no conclusive scientific proof these traces are infectious, anecdotal evidence of several cases in West Africa and confirmed transmission of Marburg, another viral haemorrhagic fever, have led experts to warn of the potential risk of sexually transmitted Ebola. Picture taken February 19. REUTERS/Ricci Shryock (LIBERIA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH)
HEALTH-EBOLA/SEX
RTR4R04U
February 24, 2015
Musa Pabai (2nd L) looks at his girlfriend Hannah Wright (foreground), upon meeting her for the first...
WALAKOR, Liberia
Musa Pabai looks at his girlfriend Hannah Wright , upon meeting her for the first time after surviving...
Musa Pabai (2nd L) looks at his girlfriend Hannah Wright (foreground), upon meeting her for the first time after surviving Ebola, at their home in Walakor, February 19, 2015. Pabai left an Ebola treatment centre in Liberia in November, grateful to have survived a disease that has killed nearly 10,000 people across West Africa but fearing he still could pose grave danger to the person closest to him. Pabai had stayed in Monrovia on a self-imposed exile after November, afraid that he could still infect Hannah, his girlfriend and mother of his young son, through sexual contact despite his clean bill of health. Research has shown traces of Ebola in semen of some survivors for at least 82 days after the onset of symptoms and in vaginal secretions for a much shorter period. Although there is no conclusive scientific proof these traces are infectious, anecdotal evidence of several cases in West Africa and confirmed transmission of Marburg, another viral haemorrhagic fever, have led experts to warn of the potential risk of sexually transmitted Ebola. Picture taken February 19. REUTERS/Ricci Shryock (LIBERIA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH)
HEALTH-EBOLA/SEX
RTR4R04T
February 24, 2015
Musa Pabai holds his son Oliver while looking at his girlfriend Hannah Wright (L-R), upon meeting them...
WALAKOR, Liberia
Musa Pabai holds his son Oliver while looking at his girlfriend Hannah Wright, upon meeting them for...
Musa Pabai holds his son Oliver while looking at his girlfriend Hannah Wright (L-R), upon meeting them for the first time after surviving Ebola, at his home in Walakor, February 19, 2015. Pabai left an Ebola treatment centre in Liberia in November, grateful to have survived a disease that has killed nearly 10,000 people across West Africa but fearing he still could pose grave danger to the person closest to him. Pabai had stayed in Monrovia on a self-imposed exile after November, afraid that he could still infect Hannah, his girlfriend and mother of his young son, through sexual contact despite his clean bill of health. Research has shown traces of Ebola in semen of some survivors for at least 82 days after the onset of symptoms and in vaginal secretions for a much shorter period. Although there is no conclusive scientific proof these traces are infectious, anecdotal evidence of several cases in West Africa and confirmed transmission of Marburg, another viral haemorrhagic fever, have led experts to warn of the potential risk of sexually transmitted Ebola. Picture taken February 19. REUTERS/Ricci Shryock (LIBERIA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH)
HEALTH-EBOLA/SEX
RTR4QZZJ
February 24, 2015
Ebola survivor Musa Pabai walks in an Ebola Survivors Valentine's Day parade in Monrovia, February 14,...
Monrovia, Liberia
Ebola survivor Musa Pabai walks in an Ebola Survivors Valentine's Day parade in Monrovia
Ebola survivor Musa Pabai walks in an Ebola Survivors Valentine's Day parade in Monrovia, February 14, 2015. Pabai left an Ebola treatment centre in Liberia in November, grateful to have survived a disease that has killed nearly 10,000 people across West Africa but fearing he still could pose grave danger the person closest to him. Research has shown traces of Ebola in semen of some survivors for at least 82 days after the onset of symptoms and in vaginal secretions for a much shorter period. Although there is no conclusive scientific proof these traces are infectious, anecdotal evidence of several cases in West Africa and confirmed transmission of Marburg, another viral haemorrhagic fever, have led experts to warn of the potential risk of sexually transmitted Ebola. Picture taken February 14. REUTERS/Ricci Shryock (LIBERIA - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH SOCIETY)
ZAMBIA-HEALTH/
RTR4QV7G
February 23, 2015
11-year-old Sonia Matanga (L), who was born HIV-positive, attends a self-help group meeting with caregiver...
Chikuni, Zambia
Matanga, 11, who was born HIV-positive, attends a self-help group meeting with caregiver Mungoni in the...
11-year-old Sonia Matanga (L), who was born HIV-positive, attends a self-help group meeting with caregiver Davison Mungoni (R) in the village of Michelo, south of the Chikuni Mission in the south of Zambia February 23, 2015. The caregivers in the Jesuit-run home-based care project at the Chikuni Mission run a capacity-building and empowerment project at the household level, offering training and assistance in crop-growing and animal rearing, as well as offering companionship, pastoral care and monitoring antiretroviral treatment compliance of HIV-AIDS patients.
REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (ZAMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
Academy Awards
Academy Awards
Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscar Party - 23 Feb 2015
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ZAMBIA-HEALTH/
RTR4QLII
February 22, 2015
Justina Kabuli and her 12-year-old son Andrew, both HIV-positive, remove weeds from their field of sweet...
Chikuni, Zambia
Justina Kabuli and her son Andrew, both HIV-positive, remove weeds from their field of sweet potato crops...
Justina Kabuli and her 12-year-old son Andrew, both HIV-positive, remove weeds from their field of sweet potato crops during a visit by a home-based care team to their home in Chiyobola village, close to the town of Chikuni in the south of Zambia February 21, 2015. The caregivers on the Jesuit-run home-based care team at Chikuni run a capacity building and empowerment project at household level, offering training and assistance in crop-growing and animal rearing, as well as offering companionship, pastoral care and monitoring antiretroviral treatment compliance of HIV-AIDS patients. Picture taken February 21, 2015.
REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi (ZAMBIA - Tags: HEALTH DRUGS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
THAILAND-AIDS/MIGRANTS
RTR4ORAH
February 09, 2015
A 39-year-old Burmese migrant living with HIV shows her antiretroviral drugs to a journalist during an...
Mahachai, Thailand
A migrant living with HIV shows her ARV drugs to a journalist during an interview at the migrant health...
A 39-year-old Burmese migrant living with HIV shows her antiretroviral drugs to a journalist during an interview at the migrant health office of the NGO Raks Thai Foundation in the seafood industry town of Mahachai, Samut Sakhon province, February 6, 2015. Hospitals across the country are denying insurance and care to migrant labourers with AIDS-related illnesses despite an insurance scheme launched over a year ago, officials and rights advocates say. After four years of paying about 3,000 baht ($92) a month for her medicine and care, she was finally able to purchase health insurance in September 2013. The hospital where she purchased her health insurance still regularly refuses care to migrants with HIV. Picture taken February 6, 2015. To match Feature THAILAND-AIDS/MIGRANTS REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha (THAILAND - Tags: HEALTH DRUGS SOCIETY)
THAILAND-HIV/DISCRIMINATION
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January 22, 2015
A nurse takes care of an AIDS patient at the Glory Hut Foundation in Chonburi province, east of Bangkok...
Chonburi, Thailand
A nurse takes care of an AIDS patient at the Glory Hut Foundation in Chonburi province
A nurse takes care of an AIDS patient at the Glory Hut Foundation in Chonburi province, east of Bangkok January 20, 2015. In mid-December, villagers in Lang Nern, a few kilometres outside the seaside resort of Pattaya, voted to evict the Glory Hut Foundation, a small HIV/AIDS hospice. Villagers say that Glory Hut did not consult them before setting up the centre, the presence of people living with HIV/AIDs hurts their businesses and they fear catching opportunistic diseases. There is no legal backing for the eviction vote, but the hospice may move after being socially ostracised. In a country that has been at the forefront of the fight against HIV/AIDS, incidents such as this underline the stigma and discrimination that people still face. Picture taken January 20. To match story THAILAND-HIV/DISCRIMINATION REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: HEALTH)
CHILE-ODDLY/
RTR4KSAB
January 09, 2015
A man dressed in a condom costume walks at Caleta Portales beach, during a summer awareness campaign...
Valparaiso, Chile
Man dressed in a condom costume walks at Caleta Portales beach, during a summer awareness campaign by...
A man dressed in a condom costume walks at Caleta Portales beach, during a summer awareness campaign by the Chilean Corporation for the Prevention of AIDS in Valparaiso city, northwest of Santiago January 9, 2015. REUTERS/Rodrigo Garrido (CHILE - Tags: DISASTER HEALTH SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
PAKISTAN-HEALTH/BLOOD
RTR4GUDI
December 05, 2014
Waqas,12, who contracted HIV through a tainted blood transfusion, walks down a flight of stairs with...
Islamabad, Pakistan
Waqas, who contracted HIV through a tainted blood transfusion, walks down a flight of stairs with his...
Waqas,12, who contracted HIV through a tainted blood transfusion, walks down a flight of stairs with his father after an interview with Reuters in Islamabad December 5, 2014. Lax oversight of blood banks means about a fifth of patients in Pakistan who get regular transfusions have been infected with hepatitis, a top government health official said on Friday. Some also get HIV. Pakistan's dangerously unregulated blood banks are in the spotlight after a charitable federation said 10 children getting transfusions for a blood disease contracted HIV. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN- Tags: - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Health
Health
World AIDS Day - 02 Dec 2014
29 PICTURES
BRAZIL-AIDS/
RTR4GBKP
December 02, 2014
The statue of Christ the Redeemer is lit up in red to promote the "Test, Treat, Live Better" awareness...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
The statue of Christ the Redeemer is lit up in red to mark World AIDS Day in Rio de Janeiro
The statue of Christ the Redeemer is lit up in red to promote the "Test, Treat, Live Better" awareness campaign marking World AIDS Day in Rio de Janeiro December 1, 2014. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
HEALTH-AIDS/
RTR4G9TV
December 01, 2014
A nurse (L) hands out a red ribbon to a woman, to mark World Aids Day, at the entrance of Emilio Ribas...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Nurse gives a red ribbon to a woman to mark World Aids Day at the entrance of Emilio Ribas Hospital,...
A nurse (L) hands out a red ribbon to a woman, to mark World Aids Day, at the entrance of Emilio Ribas Hospital, in Sao Paulo December 1, 2014. The world has finally reached "the beginning of the end" of the AIDS pandemic that has infected and killed millions in the past 30 years, according to a leading campaign group fighting HIV. United Nations data show that in 2013, 35 million people were living with HIV, 2.1 million people were newly infected with the virus and some 1.5 million people died of AIDS. By far the greatest part of the HIV/AIDS burden is in sub-Saharan Africa. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
Health
Health
Fighting AIDS - 01 Dec 2014
11 PICTURES
INDIA-HEALTH/
RTR4G8CZ
December 01, 2014
A volunteer pins a red ribbon on the blouse of a sex worker, as her child looks on, during an event to...
Mumbai, India
A volunteer pins a red ribbon on the blouse of a sex worker during an event to mark World AIDS Day in...
A volunteer pins a red ribbon on the blouse of a sex worker, as her child looks on, during an event to mark World AIDS Day in Kamathipura, Mumbai's red light district, December 1, 2014. The event was organised by the Social Activities Integration, a non-profit organisation which provides free condoms and medical care to people living with HIV and AIDS. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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